Historically, most indoor cycling videos were just guys and gals in a room on trainers with a coach barking out their interval orders.
However, even before DVDs were created, Virtual Riding was occasionally attempted to give the rider the view of the road. Earlier attempts used to be more like car-paced videos from the travel channel, or videos of lots of cyclists padded shorts (rear ends) set to music no one would really listen to if they had a choice.
With Global Ride videos, all that has changed. Now virtual cycling has taken on more structure, and is suited for both individual workouts as well as group classes.
Between the commercial licensed music, the multiple coaching tracks and the BONUS section of Yoga, Pilates or Strength Training with Weights – Virtual Riding has never been the same.